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Jeopardy Style Games in the Classroom

Several years ago, I introduced a lot of staff members to a website that let you create jeopardy games by create a file online that you then downloaded and imported in to a flash player on your computer. It was pretty cool! And it seemed to be the only game in town. But teachers lately have had problems with it and have asked me for alternatives. I just heard about the student created eQuizShow website on Twitter this morning and it is an awesome alternative that is entirely online (no downloading required). Here is my screencast to introduce it to you and show you how easy it is:



As always, let me know what you think!

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